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No need to moan

Reader comment on item: What Are Islamic Schools Teaching?
in response to reader comment: Muslim Schools

Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Nov 20, 2007 at 12:39

>Submitted by Iftikhar Ahmad (United Kingdom), Oct 28, 2007 at 08:32

>Muslim schools in Britain emerged as an answer to a major challenge that Muslim communities faced in the West on >how to educate their children and inculcate Islamic values and morals among them. Muslim children have been >suffering academically, linguistically, socially, emotionally and spiritually for the last 50 years. They have been >in a wrong place at a wrong time. The state schools have become exam factories. They have no time and energy to >educate children. Institutional racism, incivility, drug, crime, binge drinking, anti-social behaviour, high rate >of abortion and an increase in teenage pregnancies are common part of life in state schools. Muslim parents do not >want their children to be integrated into such barbarity.

Perhaps Mr.Ahmed is right. Muslims "have in a wrong place at a wrong time". What prevents Muslims into moving into right places like Saudi Arabia or Pakistan, from where they originally came in the last few decades. ? All they have to do is simple - just pack up and leave for right places like Islamic countries of Pakistan. Mere moaning and complaining, even while living on social benefits' is not going to help Muslims.


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